Copenhagen is the capital of one of the world’s happiest countries. The Scandinavian city is highly committed to eco-conscious efforts and consistently receives awards for its high environmental standards. It seems almost necessary to have a bike to get around the city -- almost half of the population chooses to cycle to work. All that biking is bound to work up an appetite! Luckily the city is loaded with Michelin Star restaurants and good eats. Renowned for its simplistic and sleek design aesthetic, Copenhagen is also home to many historical landmarks such as the beloved Tivoli Gardens and the city’s unofficial mascot, The Little Mermaid statue, that watches over the city’s harbor.

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Copenhagen, Denmark

Det Gule Palæ

Holds the honor of being the first building of this style in the city.

Copenhagen, Denmark

Kunsthal Charlottenborg

A cutting edge contemporary art museum that once was centuries deep in Danish riches and royalty.

Copenhagen, Denmark

Nyboder Mindestuer

Nyboder Mindestuer was created to house sailors of Denmark's Royal Danish Navy.

Copenhagen, Denmark

Bagsværd Church

Considered a masterpiece of contemporary church architecture, Denmark's Bagsvaerd Church is a Lutheran church known for its naturally illuminated interior.

Copenhagen, Denmark

MS Mary

This boat in the historic harbor of Nyhavn in Copehagen features a two-bedroom hotel.

Copenhagen, Denmark

Post Danmark

These red mailboxes are a standard drop off location for post in Denmark. With a postal service dating back to the mid-1600s it is still regarded as one of the best in the European Union.

Copenhagen, Denmark

Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek

This sculpture museum in Copenhagen grew out of the private collection of the son of the founder of Carlsburg beer.

Copenhagen, Denmark

Commander’s House

This house is the official residence of Denmark's chief of Defense, inside a historic fortress.

Copenhagen, Denmark


Danish palace complex guarded day and night by the Royal Life Guards.

Copenhagen, Denmark

Frederiksberg Palace

This Baroque palace was the dream home of a Danish prince inspired by Italian architecture. Even after several renovations many traditional elements remain.

Copenhagen, Denmark

Rosenborg Castle

17th century palace-turned-museum now displaying the the Danish crown jewels.

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